PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN ANGELO TX
146 PM CST TUE DEC 1 1998

...NOVEMBER WEATHER HIGHLIGHTS FOR WEST CENTRAL TEXAS...

COOL AND DAMP WEATHER PREVAILED DURING THE FIRST WEEK OF NOVEMBER...
BUT A LONG PERIOD OF WARM WEATHER DURING THE REMAINDER OF THE MONTH
RESULTED IN ABOVE NORMAL TEMPERATURES ACROSS THE REGION FOR 
NOVEMBER...WITH NO LOCATIONS REPORTING TEMPERATURES AT OR BELOW 
FREEZING AT ANY TIME THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.    

AT SAN ANGELO REGIONAL AIRPORT/MATHIS FIELD...THE MONTHLY MEAN
TEMPERATURE FOR NOVEMBER WAS 57.5 DEGREES...WHICH WAS 2.1 DEGREES 
ABOVE THE AVERAGE MEAN NOVEMBER TEMPERATURE OF 55.4 DEGREES. AT 
ABILE    NE REGIONAL AIRPORT...THE MONTHLY MEAN TEMPERATURE FOR 
NOVEMBER WAS 56.9 DEGREES...WHICH WAS 2.0 DEGREES ABOVE THE AVERAGE 
MEAN NOVEMBER TEMPERATURE OF 54.9 DEGREES. NO DAILY RECORD HIGHS OR 
LOWS WERE SET OR TIED IN ABILENE OR SAN ANGELO THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.

RAINFALL WAS GENERALLY SLIGHTLY BELOW NORMAL OVER MOST OF THE 
REGION...EXCEPT ABOVE NORMAL FOR THE NORTHWEST HILL COUNTRY. NEARLY 
ALL OF THE RAINFALL FOR NOVEMBER ACROSS WEST CENTRAL TEXAS OCCURRED 
DURING THE FIRST HALF OF THE MONTH. ABILENE RECEIVED 1.06 INCHES OF 
RAINFALL IN OCTOBER...COMPARED TO THE NORMAL NOVEMBER RAINFALL OF 
1.48 INCHES. THIS IS THE EIGHTH CONSECUTIVE MONTH THAT ABILENE 
REGIONAL AIRPORT RECEIVED BELOW NORMAL AMOUNTS OF RAIN. SAN ANGELO 
RECEIVED 1.06 INCHES OF RAINFALL...NEARLY EQUAL TO THE NORMAL
NOVEMBER RAINFALL OF 1.08 INCHES. 

THE MOST SIGNIFICANT RAINFALL EVENT OF THE MONTH OCCURRED IN THE
FIRST FEW HOURS PAST MIDNIGHT OF THE 1ST...AS A COLD FRONT AND UPPER
LEVEL STORM SYSTEM PRODUCED 1-2 INCHES OF RAIN OVER AREAS EAST OF AN 
ABILENE TO JUNCTION LINE. AREAS WEST OF THIS LINE RECEIVED SIMILAR 
RAINFALL TOTALS DURING THE LAST FEW HOURS OF OCTOBER. ANOTHER UPPER 
LEVEL STORM PRODUCED BETWEEN 1/2 AND 1 INCH OF RAINFALL OVER THE 
SOUTHERN HALF OF WEST CENTRAL TEXAS ON THE 12TH AND 13TH...WITH 
LESSER AMOUNTS OF RAIN OVER THE REST OF THE REGION. THE ONLY OTHER 
NOTABLE WEATHER DURING THE MONTH WERE SOME DENSE FOG EVENTS MAINLY
OVER THE NORTHWEST HILL COUNTRY...WITH THE MOST WIDESPREAD FOG 
OCCURING ON THE MORNING OF THE 8TH. 

NO SEVERE WEATHER EVENTS WERE REPORTED ACROSS WEST CENTRAL TEXAS IN 
NOVEMBER. 

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